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FULBRIGHT-HAYS TRAINING GRANTS PROGRAM
(CFDA Nos. 84.019, 84.020, 84.021, 84.022)

I.    PROGRAMPROFILE

Legislation: Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (Ful-
bnght-Hays Act), Section 102(b)(6) P.L. 87-256, (22 U.S.C. 2452 (b)(6))
and Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, Sections
104(b)(2) and (3) P.L. 83-480, (7 U.S.C. 1691). (No expiration date).

Funding Since 1980:

Fiscal Year                 Authorization                  Appropriation

1980                                 y                             $3,000,000

1981                                                                    6,200,000

1982                                                                  4,800,000

1983                                                                  5,000,000

1984                                                                  5,000,000

Purpose; This program provides for faculty research abroad, foreign
curriculum consultants, group projects abroad, and doctoral dissertation
research abroad.

Faculty Research Abroad

To strengthen programs of International studies at universities and colleges
by providing opportunities for research and study abroad 1n foreign
language and area studies, by enabling faculty members to keep current 1n
their specialties, facilitating curriculum updating, and by helping to
Improve teaching methods and materials.

Foreign Curriculum Consultants

To enable Institutions to bring specialists from other countries to the
United States to help plan and develop curricula 1n modern foreign languages
and area studies.

Group Projects Abroad

To help educational Institutions Improve their programs in modern foreign
languages and areas.

Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad

To provide opportunities for graduate students to do full-time dissertation
research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies and to
develop research knowledge and capability about areas of the world not
widely studied 1n American Institutions.r's degrees awarded in public service fields increased by